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Forestry Resources

Forestry Resources

Maryland communities depend on healthy forests to thrive. Woodlands need help to control pests and prepare for climate change. To ensure the survival of bellwethers like the white oak — Maryland’s oyster of the woodland — action must be taken today.

Maryland’s forest communities contribute $3.4 billion to the state‘s economy and support more than 15,000 jobs generating more than $132 million in tax revenue. The Center works with landowners to maintain healthy forestlands and partners with environmental and forest organizations to increase education and stewardship efforts.

See the following resources for more information on Maryland’s forestlands.

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